Schools are increasingly being called upon to aid in the development of resilience in young people in order to be proactive and prevent the consequences of poor social-emotional health and well-being. In this collection of 13 essays, 19 scholars from Australia, the UK, Israel, and the U.S. offer current theory and research on coping by young people
Introduction. Part I: Understanding Coping. Thriving, Surviving or Going Under, Which Coping Strategies Relate to Which Outcomes?, Ramon Lewis and Erica Frydenberg. Students' Self-Evaluations of their Coping: How Well Do they Do It?, Ramon Lewis and Erica Frydenberg. Children Living with Parental Mental Health Problems: Do Young People Adopt their Parents' Coping Style?, Nicola Cogan, Sheila Riddell and Gillian Mayes. Part II: Resources and Coping with Prevalent Problems, Young People and their Resources, Vicki McKenzie and Erica Frydenberg. Anxiety in Childhood: How Do Children Cope?, Barbara Jones and Erica Frydenberg. Two Types of Aggression and The Relationship with Coping: Implications for Educational Practice, Geraldine Larkins and Erica Frydenberg. Part III: Teaching Coping Skills, Small Kids and Big Challenges: Resilience Promotion at a Young Age, Moshe Israelashvili. Teaching Young People to Cope: The Best of Coping Program, Erica Frydenberg. Adolescent Coping in the Performance Environment: A Program for Upper Secondary School Music Students, Narelle Lemon and Erica Frydenberg. A Model Counseling Intervention Program to Prepare Adolescents for Coping with Work-Family Conflict, Gali Cinamon and Yisrael Rich. Three Keys to Thriving, David W. Johnson and Roger T. Johnson. Part IV: Teacher and Parent Coping. Coping Strategies for Parents, Steve Rollin, Tam Dao and Jennifer Holland. Directions in Teacher Training for Low-Burnout Teaching: Lessons from Research, Isaac Friedman.
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